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No. 1 Eagles finish 6th after battling flu bug By Greg Jaklewicz firstname.lastname@example.org ROUND ROCK - Surprises abounded in the Class 3A state cross country race. Favorite Kristie Krueger of Argyle was passed on the final straightaway, defending state champion Canyon struggled to sixth place and a bunch of freshmen from Kingwood Park won the 3A girls championship at Old Settlers Park course COMPLETE ARTICLE
By Greg Jaklewicz email@example.com ROUND ROCK - Coach Ray Baca's reaction to a third consecutive Class 4A girls cross country championship? "That is crazy, crazy, crazy."MORE OF ARTICLE
Kingwood girls celebrate seventh 5A championship By BUTCH HART For The ChronicleROUND ROCK — It was a day that tradition overcame winds and unseasonably warm temperatures for The Woodlands boys and Kingwood girls cross country teams. The Woodlands won its 14th University Interscholastic League Class 5A championship, and Kingwood won its seventh UIL Class 5A title and registered its 17th consecutive top three finish at Old Settlers Park.COMPLETE ARTICLE
Sutherland's title no surprise, except to her 02:18 AM CST on Sunday, November 11, 2007 By BOBBI ROQUEMORE / The Dallas Morning News firstname.lastname@example.org ROUND ROCK – Highland Park sophomore Sara Sutherland measured the path at Old Settlers Park carefully, right down to her sweet spot on the course. Sure enough, once she reached the marker indicating that 800 meters remained in the race, Sutherland let her talent finish the deal. Sutherland won the UIL Class 4A state cross country title with a time of 11:25.40. COMPLETE ARTICLE
Chad PetersExpress-News ROUND ROCK — Leaning his torso over a white fence until relocating to rest his arms against the branches of a nearby tree, Boerne senior Lorin Wilson began to reflect after running his final meet Saturday. Though he had just placed fifth with a time of 15 minutes, 45.7 seconds in the UIL Class 4A state cross country meet at Old Settlers Park, Wilson couldn't take his mind off the future. COMPLETE ARTICLE
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